At this year’s 32nd London Film Critics’ Circle Awards and Golden Globes, many stars raised flutes of champagne for a good cause. Since three years ago, Moët and Chandon’s annual charity gala has helped over sixty organizations. What makes this annual philanthropic initiative so great is that the champagne house makes a donation to an award nominees’ charity of choice for every glass that is raised by the nominee while on the red carpet. This event not only gathers the Hollywood stars together for a fun-filled night, but it’s a chance for the celeb’s to be charitable by giving back on this occasion.
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards marks the fine champagne house anniversary as well. Moët and Chandon has been chosen as the Golden Globes to be the official champagne of choice for its 21st year, making it a cause for celebration, with this year’s participants: Charlize Theron, Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney.
But the star-studded event didn’t stop there. Moët and Chandon again bought their charitable initiative to another awards ceremony, but this time at the 32nd London Film Critics’ Circle Awards, with the same concept in mind to raise money for several organizations. Carey Mulligan, Jean Dujardin and Michael Fassbender were all in attendance to toast a mini bottle of champagne for a great cause.
Source: Luxury Insider